HAVA JAVA CAFE
Hava Java has been around for a long time - longer than many of the cafe shops on Guam - 1995. I loved the atmosphere - it's comfortable, and I loved the window view of Agana. I only had an iced coffee, but wish I could have stayed in the cafe much longer. It was the perfect stop after walking around Agana for several hours. I did pick up some cute cards while there - and will have to make another stop when I get home.
I loved the cards they had for sale!
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